AAI to open new terminal building at Jabalpur airport by March 2023
AVIATION & AIRPORTS

AAI to open new terminal building at Jabalpur airport by March 2023

The Airports Authority of India (AAI) told the media that it plans to open a new terminal building at the Jabalpur airport in Madhya Pradesh by March 2023.

According to AAI, the new terminal building will be equipped with world-class passenger amenities and handle 500 people during peak hours.

The terminal building will span 1,15,315 sq ft and feature three aerobridges, an innovative baggage screening system, a contemporary food court in the landscaping area, and well-planned parking for over 300 automobiles and buses.

The proposal revealed that the planned terminal building would greet travellers with views of bright Gond paintings, local handicrafts, murals, and prominent Madhya Pradesh tourism sites.

Not only the terminal building but the entire airport is being refurbished.

The runway at the Jabalpur airport is being extended to accommodate A320-type aircraft, as well as a new 38-metre-high air traffic control tower, a new fire station, and auxiliary structures. The project would cost Rs 412 crore in total.

AAI said that the project is likely to be completed by December 2022, with the new terminal building expected to be operational by March 2023.

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Also read: At least 8-9 airports to be leased shortly in next round: Scindia

The Airports Authority of India (AAI) told the media that it plans to open a new terminal building at the Jabalpur airport in Madhya Pradesh by March 2023. According to AAI, the new terminal building will be equipped with world-class passenger amenities and handle 500 people during peak hours. The terminal building will span 1,15,315 sq ft and feature three aerobridges, an innovative baggage screening system, a contemporary food court in the landscaping area, and well-planned parking for over 300 automobiles and buses. The proposal revealed that the planned terminal building would greet travellers with views of bright Gond paintings, local handicrafts, murals, and prominent Madhya Pradesh tourism sites. Not only the terminal building but the entire airport is being refurbished. The runway at the Jabalpur airport is being extended to accommodate A320-type aircraft, as well as a new 38-metre-high air traffic control tower, a new fire station, and auxiliary structures. The project would cost Rs 412 crore in total. AAI said that the project is likely to be completed by December 2022, with the new terminal building expected to be operational by March 2023. Image Source Also read: At least 8-9 airports to be leased shortly in next round: Scindia

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